They have no way to enforce party discipline. The US isn really a democracy, but a two party state and the those two “parties” are ersatz arms of the state. They get automatic ballot access everywhere while every other “party” has to meet high requirements for ballot access that the two parties armies of lawyer can sue over the minor technicalities to get them kicked off.
Petronas bought Progress Energy for $6 billion in 2012 and spent $2 billion a year at one point to prove up the subsidiary natural gas reserves. Through the subsidiary based in Calgary and said the company would move its unconventional resource unit from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Calgary.Petronas, we are positioning Progress Energy to be one of the top natural gas exporters in North America, Anuar said.Progress president and CEO Michael Fitzgerald said the natural gas assets the company owns in the Montney formation are competitive against other gas plays in North America and the company is reviewing other options for marketing that gas.TransCanada Corp. Which was selected to build a pipeline between the Montney formation and Prince Rupert to supply gas to the $11.4 billion liquefaction facility, said it would be reimbursed for all the costs it incurred in advancing the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project so far, which RBC Capital Market pegs at $500 million.is still a strong need to get Canadian natural gas to market, TransCanada executive vice president Karl Johannson said in a release, adding the company is reviewing its options related to the pipeline.Other groups were unequivocally disappointed by the announcement.is a significant lost opportunity that would have brought many benefits.
And speaking of the show, don presume that it will necessarily be a downer. Curated by Harold Koda, the Institute Curator in Charge along with Assistant Curator Jessica Regan, Death Becomes Her will chronicle 100 years of mourning dress from 1815 to 1915 allowing it to easily cover, among several other periods, the death obsessed Victorian Era. The show will be designed to offer more than just sociological insight, and there a lot more than weeping involved.
For a show about the zombie apocalypse, The Walking Dead is boring as hell. Each season is about 10 percent exciting shootouts and 90 percent sophomoric ruminations on who the real monsters are. (Spoiler: It’s always humanity.) But the thing that really baffles us is this: Why’s there so little boning in this undead wasteland?.